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Boullier: Forgive us, be patient, we will be back for sure

Eric Boullier has a plan for McLaren McLaren have slipped from being top dog in Formula 1 to midfield obscurity and are enduring another painful season of well below par results, facts that are acknowledged the Woking team's racing director Eric Boullier who is asking fans to be patient because he is adamant the team are plotting a path back to their winning ways. For a team whose success in Formula 1 is only bettered by Ferrari, and includes twelve drivers F1 titles, eight constructor titles and 182 victories, the past decade has been barren and the past two seasons simply unacceptable with no win in 27 races. The man handpicked by team supremo to lift the entire operation out of the...
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